#DoRight4LA Day is May 9th
Dudley DeBosier is teaming up with the Saints to #DoRight4LA. Not sure what to do for #DoRight4LA Day? Just help out your community in any way you can, big or small—and post about it on social media using #DoRight4LA for a chance to win 2 tickets and a VIP game day experience to the Saints 2018 home opener!
One Winner Gets $5000 to Do Good in Louisiana
Thanks for Voting for #DoRight4LA
Our winner will be announced on May 9th! Voting is now closed, but you can still learn about our nominees and view their stories below.
Beat The Streets is a non-profit organization (a drumline) founded in Jan 2011 with the vision of sustaining the music… [MORE]
Scholars Laboratory is a residential home that helps academically capable, motivated but underserved youth to reach their full potential in… [MORE]
Kellie Abbot is the founder of Blue Forever a Louisiana based 501c3 non-profit focused on providing lifesaving bleeding control trauma… [MORE]
The ultimate goal of Daniel Karate Group is to enhance the mental, emotional and physical fitness skill sets/human development to… [MORE]
Yogie and Friends is an IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit charity organization, located in Frierson, Louisiana. They rescue and give a permanent… [MORE]
Tipitina’s Foundation promotes childhood music education, the professional development of adult musicians, & the increased profile and viability of Louisiana… [MORE]
Service through the fun and creativity of Halloween – that is 10/31 Consortium. 10/31 Consortium is a Baton Rouge based… [MORE]
Chuck and Anna Simpson with or without Rotary are the quintessential volunteers. Whether it is raising money for Christmas families,… [MORE]
Gregory Ravy deserves this hands down. He’s a man, who leads by example. He’s dedicated and loyal to the youth… [MORE]
Lumberjack Animal Rescue is an IRS Approved 501(C)3 Non-Profit dedicated to saving the lives of abused & abandoned dogs in… [MORE]
I’m nominating Joshua because he goes above and beyond in his community to help others and he helps out in… [MORE]
Since 1982, Dreams Come True of Louisiana, led by Executive Director Becky Prejean, has touched the lives of hundreds of… [MORE]
This family has been through a lot in life and they still fight to promote organ donations in Louisiana and… [MORE]
Ron James passion for kids growth educational and living condition is through the roof. His goal is to instill positive… [MORE]
The Darry Beckwith Foundation (DBF) targets high school student-athletes with an emphasis on educational development, career readiness, community awareness, life-skills… [MORE]
Dorian started when he was 7 he is now an 11-year-old published author with his first book #D.A.B. Dreamer Against… [MORE]
Cat Haven Greater Baton Rouge Leading Baton Rouge in becoming a no-kill community for cats and kittens by providing care,… [MORE]
Mrs. Kayne Stewart is a dedicated supporter of Boys Town Louisiana. She and her group from (St Catherine’s of Siena… [MORE]
The Big Buddy Program provides ongoing asset-based programming for youth ages 5 to 18 focused on building resiliency against poverty,… [MORE]
The March of dimes works to end premature birth and other problems that threaten babies like Leroy Hayward, III. Prematurity… [MORE]
The Bright School is a non-profit Early Intervention Program located in uptown New Orleans. Our mission is to improve the… [MORE]
“For many families like ours, life works a little differently. Some people tuck their kids into bed at night with… [MORE]
WFAHS was founded in August 2012. They work closely with Sheriff and the West Feliciana Parish Sheriff’s office. The team… [MORE]
Meet the Bridge to the city of New Orleans, when there was no solution the Blonka Movement became the solution. As… [MORE]
Bastion Community of Resilience is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, building an intentionally designed neighborhood in New Orleans for returning warriors and… [MORE]
My mom is a paralegal/accountant by day and Uber/Lyft driver by night and weekends. She still finds time to volunteer for… [MORE]
The Life of a Single Mom exists to see that no single mom walks alone. The organization works to ensure… [MORE]
The LOT Project is a nonprofit organization that reaches out to the hurting and lonely in our community. They are passionate… [MORE]
UCPGNO provides services to individuals with physical and developmental disabilities. They always go above and beyond to make sure these… [MORE]
Deaf Focus is a non-profit agency making changes within the Deaf/Deaf/Blind and Hard of Hearing (DDBHH) community! From working with… [MORE]
HP SERVE’S mission is to help youth who are at risk successfully transition to adulthood through education, employment, housing and… [MORE]
Scotty is a 10th-grade high school student at Central High School. He has started an anti-bullying awerness program selling T-shirts… [MORE]
This group volunteers their time and equipment to help with rescues in disaster-affected areas in Louisiana as well as other… [MORE]
Verni is the executive director for the Providence House. Thier theme is break the homeless cycle one family at a time…. [MORE]
VYJ and the CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) program works with abused and neglected children, making sure that they are… [MORE]
The We PLAY Center fills a gap for families who do not have access to quality early childhood learning centers/experiences…. [MORE]
Kassi saw the power of networking through social media in 2013 when a young man she knew with Duchenne Muscular… [MORE]
Young Starz Of Nola is a 1-on-1 vocal lesson for kids with and without disabilities, providing a platform for kids… [MORE]
Ms. Jenkins and her organization provide an excellent program, where people can get their GED. It’s a free program, where… [MORE]
Our mission is clear – to improve life for those living with cancer. A local and independent nonprofit, Cancer Services opened… [MORE]
At City Year, we believe education has the power to help every child reach his or her potential. However, in… [MORE]
Our goal is to educate victims and potential victims of stalking and domestic violence, by providing intellectual, moral, and social… [MORE]
The Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We have served the hungry in our 11 parish service… [MORE]
Thank You for Your Nominations
#DoRight4LA nominations are now closed. Thank you to everyone who nominated someone working to make Louisiana a better place to live! We are excited to share the stories of people and organizations who are doing great things for our state.
Stay tuned for the announcement of our winner on May 9th. We’ll feature the story of the winning submission on our #DoRight4LA page to help spread the word!
What is #DoRight4LA?
Sponsored by Dudley DeBosier Injury Lawyers, #DoRight4LA features people and organizations across Louisiana that are doing right for others and making our communities better places to live. Our #DoRight4LA video submissions highlight the stories of how nominees have touched lives across the state. When you vote for your favorite story, you can help one nominee receive $5000 to do even more good!
And, on May 9th, 2018, we’re partnering with the New Orleans Saints to host #DoRight4LA Day, where our staff will volunteer alongside members of the team—and the winning #DoRight4LA nominee—to make a positive impact in our community.
What does the winner get?
Voting is now closed. The nominee with the most votes will receive $5000 for the cause of their choice to support the good work they do in Louisiana. The winner will be announced on #DoRight4LA Day on May 9th, 2018.
They will also get an opportunity to volunteer with us alongside members of the New Orleans Saints on #DoRight4LA Day on May 9th, 2018.